• Echinacea purpurea or Purple Coneflower
  • Passionflower Passiflora incarnata
  • Evening Primrose "Ozark Sundrops"
  • Chinese Leopard Flower or Blackberry Lilly
  • Yellow Dotted Mint Monarda punctuata
  • Dandelion with a pollinator friend
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Bergamont, Lemon
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Bergamont, Lemon

Monarda citriodora

Purple Horsemint, Lemon-Mint. Native to the Midwest and Southern US. This easy to grow herb reaches up to 4 feet tall and produces whorls of purple blooms...

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Caraway
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Caraway

Carum carvi

Spicy caraway seeds add European character to cabbage dishes, including coleslaw. Traditional use in rye bread, buns and cakes. Anti-flatulent. Full Sun...

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Catnip Lemon
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Catnip Lemon

Nepeta citriodora

Has all the same medicinal qualities as regular catnip with a strong citrus flavor. Makes a soothing and tasty tea. Cats who are heavy catnip addicts...

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Cayenne
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Cayenne

Capsicum frutescens

This type of pepper produces very long, thin, dark red fruit. These are ground to powder and used medicinally. Cayenne is used as an analgesic for sore and...

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Celery Herb
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Celery Herb

Apium graveolens

This is the wilder form of celery used for the leaf and seed. Internally, it is used for osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout and inflammation of the...

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Chervil
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Chervil

Anthriscus cerefolium

Beaked parsley, garden chervil, French parsley Growing to 12 inches with finely textured fernlike leaves and clusters of tiny white edible flowers in flat...

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Cuban Oregano
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Cuban Oregano

Plecanthrus amboinicus

Spanish Thyme, Indian Borage, Mexican Thyme. This fleshy, aromatic, plant originates from south eastern Africa, but has naturalized throughout the tropics....

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Dill
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Dill

Anethum graveolens

Native to Southern Russia and the Mediterranean. The name, Dill, originates from the Norse word "Dilla", which means to Lull. Dill was very popular with the...

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Dominican Sage
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Dominican Sage

Salvia dominica

This middle-eastern sage is far hardier than expected and more tolerant of wetter soils, as well. Big white flowers are striking against the unique...

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Epazote
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Epazote

Chenopodium ambrosioides

Easily naturalized in the garden this common looking foot tall herb has a pungent odor and flavor. Epazote is highly esteemed for seasoning corn, black...

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Garlic, Society
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Garlic, Society

Tulbaghia violacea varigata

A species of wild onion originally from South Africa with a strong garlic flavor.Absolutely stunning in pots ,this vareigated variety has beautiful green...

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Ginger
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Ginger

Zingiber officinale

The rhizome of this tropical plant with its exotic sword shaped leaves is one of the oldest known and most widely consumed spices in the east. The Chinese...

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Parsley
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Parsley

Petroselinum crispum

This common kitchen herb Italian/ Flat leaf  Parsley is  a delightful addition to pesto with its flavorful, deep green foliage originates from the...

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Rosemary
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Rosemary

Rosmarinus officinalis

Traditional use: It is one of the most fragrant herbs commonly used for headaches, indigestion and to stimulate the nervous system and increase circulation....

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Rosemary "Baby P. J."
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Rosemary "Baby P. J."

Rosemary officinalis

Compact dwarf variety, well suited for container gardens. Stems are short and tightly packed with leaves. Excellent flavor. I hate to use this term, but it...

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Rosemary, Foxtail
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Rosemary, Foxtail

Rosmarinus officinalis

An unusual Rosemary cultivar with whorls of leaves surrounding the stems, which resemble a fox's tail!! Very pretty in hanging baskets and a great choice...

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Rosemary, Severn Sea
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Rosemary, Severn Sea

Rosemary Prostatus cv. Severen Sea

This is a beautiful creeping Rosemary with a broader foliage than normal, for the species. Zone 7.

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Rosemary, Tuscan Blue
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Rosemary, Tuscan Blue

Rosemary officinalis cv. Tuscan Blue

This plant has short thick leaves of dark shiny green. A very strong columnar growth habit. One of my personal favorites, with vibrant blue flowers. Zone...

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Saffron Crocus
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Saffron Crocus

Saffron Crocus

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Sage, Berggarten
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Sage, Berggarten

Salvia officinalis 'Berggarten'

A lovely plant with pretty, round, gray/green silvery foliage and a robust low growth habit. It can be used like a garden sage. In the kitchen as a savory...

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